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Robert Burns: Inventing Tradition and Securing Memory Worldwide

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Robert Burns (1759 – 1796) is Scotland’s National Bard, but he is also one of the world’s most widely commemorated poets.

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An Astromonic Look at Norway's Night Sky

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The comet Lovejoy is now visible at the sky, among many millions stars. These photos were taken with my canon 6D, and my 200 mm lense, at jan. 20. 2015.

 

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They Eat Horses, Don’t They? The Truth About the French

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Eating horses. Not to mention garlic, snails, frog legs, wine (always, wine).

French women don't get fat.

That ubiquitous striped shirt, accompanied by a jaunty beret.

Bidets, perfume, double kisses, rudeness, oh that Metro, topless beaches, chicness.

Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite.

 

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An Architectural Tour of Portugal

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Any visitor to Portugal will tell you that the architecture is a must-see. While you’re there, why not arrange your driving plans to include an architectural tour of Portugal?

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The Thames River Valley Close-Up

The Thames River valley is steeped in history and tradition. To me, it is the epitome of the English countryside. I’ve been lucky to visit many times and was looking for a fresh perspective this trip. I decided to try a close-up perspective, a zoomed-in look at the details that make up this landscape that I love. 

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100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go

You know those books…the ones that make you truly want to travel? Memoir, a place-based novel, or guidebooks, we love them all – and are happy to share them here with our Wandering Educators.

 

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